|Magical And Mystical Words - Front Cover||Magical And Mystical Words - Booklet Rear|
|Magical And Mystical Words - Booklet Pages 2 and 3|
|Magical And Mystical Words - Booklet Pages 4 and 5|
|Magical And Mystical Words - Rear Of C.D.|
|Catalogue No.||OZIT CD0033|
|Release date||18th January 1999|
|Detail:||An Interview C.D. from an idea in a car in Toronto between Chris Hewitt and Peter Bennett.
Peter Bennett is the World's number one promotion man (it says on the rear of the booklet) and was a close friend of John
Lennon and the other Beatles having done promotion work for Apple Records USA, the Beatles as a group and for the four
members in their solo careers.
The name of Ozit Records comes from the heady days of the late sixties and early seventies underground scene. It combines the names of two underground magazines of the period. 'OZ' magazine and 'International Times' - IT.
The Fab Four : "Magical And Mystical Words - Late Sixties" roughly covers the five years between the making of the film/album, "Help" in 1965 and the completion of the film "The Magic Christian" (1970, which starred Peter Sellers and Ringo Starr).
This spoken word album has been assembled in the form of a "cut and paste" aural collage. It pieces together conversations and interviews with the Beatles and links them with excerpts from the Beatles Xmas fan club flexi-discs.
It also contains a 10 page booklet of notes and photos.
|1||Way Out ! Exit||03:46|
|2||You'll Never Know||00:53|
|3||And I Stink Too||02:34|
|4||A Job To Be Done||01:46|
|5||Double Your News||01:28|
|6||Everybody Flying Around||04:52|
|7||The Drummer Was Sick||01:33|
|8||Brighton To Egmorton||03:35|
|10||Hard Faced Naughty Boy||03:32|
|11||Out Of His Mouth Or Out Of His Shoe||05:04|
|12||What Does Ringo Expect ?||00:42|
|13||Sir Doubtless Whom||03:04|